Baker Street is located in Marylebone and is named after builder, William Baker, who laid out the street in the 18th century. It is a busy thoroughfare that runs from Regent’s Park, meeting Marylebone Road, Portman Square and Wigmore Street, through to Oxford Street. A wide range of businesses are situated in Baker Street, mostly based in serviced office space within impressive period properties. With Regent's Park to the north of the street, businesses can enjoy the perfect balance of bustling commercial activity and peaceful surroundings.
Types of Office Space in Baker Street
Baker Street was formerly home to high class residential properties but is now mainly commercial premises. Many of the older period buildings have been converted into serviced office space, and there has been a variety of newly-constructed dedicated business centres in the area, offering modern facilities such as meeting rooms, stylish break-out areas and manned receptions. There is the option of private offices or coworking spaces to rent, available on flexible terms.
Transport Connections in Baker Street
Baker Street’s underground station is one of the world’s oldest surviving underground stations, featuring beautiful décor and retaining original features. Baker Street station serves the Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines, ideal for companies renting offices in the area. There are also several regular bus routes that serve Baker Street and its surrounding area well.
Food and Leisure
There are a range of good bars, cafes, restaurants and traditional pubs in and around Baker Street. Two of the best known and loved pubs are The Beehive with a fantastic selection of lagers, and Gunmakers which features real ale, Churchill memorabilia and bullets!
A wide selection of fashion outlets and independent traders sit alongside department stores and modern offices in this busy street. Regular markets sell an abundance of fresh produce, as well as housing vintage stores.
Serviced offices in Baker Street are surrounded by a number of excellent restaurants, such as Galvin and Royal China, and well-known restaurant chains. There are a number of museums and art galleries in the area. For open green spaces, Paddington Street Gardens is highly popular, whilst Regent’s Park is within walking distance.